D. Heider and Mrs. M. Allgayer
"D. Heider, who continues to furnish the people with Dry Goods and Groceries at such prices as has established the reputation of his store as being decidedly one of the best places to trade in Sigourney. By reference to one of its advertisements it will be seen that he is now offering to dispose of a fine lot of clothing at cost.” (Unknown Newspaper, Unknown Date)

“Up Stairs in Mr. Heider’s building, Mrs. M. Allgayer cuts and makes cloaks and dresses, in accordance with the latest styles. But that fact can be learned, wither by giving her a call, or by reference to her card in this paper.”

Submitted by Kay McConkey, and transcribed by Carly Josephson. Thank you, Ladies!

Reference: Sigourney Review, July 26, 1899.

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